*2000-Fort Hall, Idaho 2001- Shoshone Nations * 2001 -Fort Hall, Idaho - Honoring Our Elders * 2002 - Lawton, Oklahoma *
*2003 - Ft. Washakie, Wyoming - Preserving Our Traditions * 2004 – Elko, Nevada - We are all Related *
*2005 - Fort Hall, Idaho * 2006 - Lawton, Oklahoma - Our Families Coming Together *
*2007 – Reno, Nevada - Sharing Our Similarities in Language, Culture & Traditions *
*2008 – Ft. Washakie, Wyoming - Don't Forget the Language *
*2009 -Lawton, Oklahoma - Many Trails, One Purpose, Survival of the People*
* 2010 - Ft. Duchesne, Utah - Singing Our Songs, Traditions, Language Back to Life *
*2011 - Elko, Nevada - Continuing Our Traditions*
*2012 - Jackson Hole, Wyoming - Shoshoni Homelands - Always Remembered, Never Forgotten*
2013 - Ft. Hall, Idaho - All of Us People Gather* 2014 - Lawton Oklahoma*
2015 Elko, Nevada - Our Great Basin Language through Language & Song
2016 - Ft. Washakie, WY - Generations Coming Together Preserving our Cultures
2017 - Fort Hall, Idaho
Another Shoshonean Reunion was successfully held in Ft. Washakie, Wyoming the last week of June. The Eastern Shoshone Tribe did an outstanding job of hosting their visitors.
Over 1500 people registered for the Reunion. The 3 days were filled with various activities, informative speakers and well prepared native foods.
Here are a few pictures of some of the events - Honoring veterans, Fashion Show, parade and arbor activities:
Fort Hall, Idaho
The Shoshonean-Numic Language Reunion XVII has been scheduled for August 2017. It will be hosted by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe in Idaho. Dates have changed. Here is the flyer.
Once the Sho-Ban Reunion Committee develops their Registration information it will be posted on our registration page.
Here is our first Shoshonean Reunion Newsletter that you may download by clicking on the name above.
If you have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.